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the government running, and another debt ceiling vote. >> the next fight is going to be far uglier and far bloodier than the fights that we've already been through. because we're down to the stuff that is the hardest stuff to do. so i just... no one has presented a strategy yet, no one is out there talking about a path to get through this next problem. >> the budget deal doesn't address the debt ceiling and automatic spending cuts, which are set... >> battle lines are already emerging for the next showdown... >> the government can't pay its bills... >> how can we expect a deal... >> the school is in lockdown. >> after the tragic shootings, frontlinin collaboration with the hartford courant, investigates two important stories from inside newtown. >> we have a loner, guy who played violent video games, lived in a house where there were guns. >> haunting questions... >> how it all adds up to this kind of horror we're working hard to understand. >> and a heated debate... >> connecticut's very polarized on guns. sandy hook may push people even farther to the extremes. >> go to pbs.org/f
cliff, debt ceiling, all of this, i'm looking for an investment that etf based and is gold, but based on the physical. i think -- i'm really into like, you know, physical investing and not just straightup normal etfs. >> well if that's the case, you got to be careful. i -- the closest we have is the gld and i'm not backing away from that. i think that is -- i've talked to a lot of gold dealers, some are nervous, some aren't. i think gld does fine. always telling you too do your homework. why? it's a way to have conviction. leave the panic to everybody else, and i'll try to make you even more money. >> jim cramer, one of my heroes. >> i look forward to your show every week night. >> thank you so much for helping beginning investors like me. >> when you talk about the market, i just believe that you're spot on. >> i love it. thank you so much. every night we watch you. i have learned and earned. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an al
in march. but i do think the debt ceiling debate ahead of us in may and beyond is a place where we can put the marker down for a balanced budget amendment. martha: laid out that way doesn't sound liked you guys will have a whole lot to do. sounds like a lot more paralysis that is a thing frustrating to so many americans on both sides of the aisle. perhaps, you know, republicans need to articulate, you know, more clearly to the american people what your vision is for spending cuts. i, i know you probably feel you tried to do but is there something done on both side to prove to the american people that you're working and you're trying to present something that could build some kind of a bridge to get something accomplished before 2014? we're constantly in an election cycle it feels? >> it seems like that in the house where we're up for election every two years. building a bridge on spending when you have a president that says we do not have a spending problem. then he advocates for a series of programs and says it is not going to increase our deficit by one dime. i don't know anybody that to
to start paying down debt as opposed to staying neutral. is it enough to be neutral? that's the question. >> the president was talking about entitlement reform. he is talking about we can't be governed by the deficit because we have to invest in our future. >> sounds like you're not going to pay it down, then. >> he also said, you know, i want to figure out a way to do this and do tax reform at the same time. >> and so you will raise taxes to pay for what you're doing, is that what he is saying? >> you're going to get rid of loopholes, et cetera. >> help me with that. tell me, closing loopholes is always a great answer. does that make sense? can that be done? >> it makes sense and there are a number of proposals in the congress since speaker gingrich's days of proposals and not if it brings more money to washington. the president says duke that and it will bring more money. >> if you close the loophole and it will wind upbringing money in, where is it supposed to go. >> the reagan argument is close the loophole and lower the rates. the president wants the money. look, he is legitimately
to sort out what is wasteful and are you afraid of the sequester and the debt ceiling could derail some of the political will for actually doing the budget resolution and then going through the appropriations process after that? >> when you say to both of you if you could include your statements also -- [inaudible] who wants to go first? >> let me just start by responding to something that tom just said with respect to the agreement that avoided the fiscal cliff. as i think everybody knows, there were conversations between speaker boehner and the president and the president had proposed trying to achieve $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction through a combination of cuts and revenue. actually come in at 1.2 trillion revenue and $1.2 trillion in kites if you include the savings on the kites you would achieve at about $900 billion in cuts was a proposal that the president had on the table. speaker boehner obviously concluded he could not sell that agreement to his caucus because of the revenue component. in his guest was borne out by the fact he later could not even past the revenue package
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